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[aprssig] GO-32 in safe mode...

Francisco Rogerio Fontenele Aragão frfaragao at gmail.com
Sat Oct 13 01:53:04 UTC 2007


Hi Bob

GO-32 was again on over Brazil from 2342 to 2358 ( Oct 12.). I was able to
get beacon answer and msg answer using my D7 and antenna AL-800.


73, Francisco, PT2TD

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2007/10/12, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu>:
>
> > I can hear bursts of 9600 baud in the downlink
> > at the right time, right freq, and right doppler.
> > It's a little troubling that I can't decode anything.
>
> Apparently GO-32 has crashed its software and is in a safe mode.
> It is transmitting a single burst of 9600 baud every 30 seconds,
> but it is not decodable on a monitoring TNC, because the PID in
> that safe mode packet is non-standard. (Im guessing here)
>
> This is why you can monitor the 9600 baud downlink and not have
> megabytes of packets overflowing your monitor, because all BBS
> traffic is sent with a different PID than normally used for
> conventional UI packets.  But all beacons, bulletins and APRS
> packets are all using the standard PID.
> (Protocol Identification Byte).
>
> So we are kind of in standby until GO-32 software is reloaded...
>
> Hang in there...
> Bob, WB4APR
>
>
>
> > tried to use my old HP95LX as a dumb terminal from my mobile
> > this AM.  Nothing.
> >
> >
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-- 
Francisco Rogerio F. Aragão
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